Microsoft updates Remote Desktop Connection

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Microsoft has released an update to Remote Desktop Connection, the company’s utility to to remotely connect to a Windows computer from a Mac.

Remote Desktop Connection 2.0b3 is now a Universal Binary, meaning it runs natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. The software also now includes Remote Desktop Protocol 6.0, which provides better compatibility with Windows Vista.

With the update you can now connect to multiple computers at the same time and you can also dynamically resize the screen.

Remote Desktop Connection 2.0b3 is a free download from Microsoft’s Web site.

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